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. >> as gary lane reports, they are stepping in to bring refugees hope and help. here is their story in jordan. >> reporter: government war blames bomb victims north. syria is marked by death, destruction and darkness. tens of thousands flee for their lives. cbn news, obtained this rare look into the plight of one christian family. their home destroyed, they now live with friends in another city. >> it is so hard to be out of their home. >> i am sad we left all of our memories mind. our church was destroyed. my children with baptized there and married there. we hope god will keep us safe. >> most christians remain in syria. others are leaving. united nations estimated the refugees at more than 170,000. they have scattered ended up in turkey, lebanon, iraq and jordan. >> their needs are overwhelming. churches are doing what they can to help them. >> many people get to jordan with the shirt on their back. >> they bring help and hope to the refugees. many of the syrians move from border camps to arms. >> they have nothing on the floor. they are empty apartments. not the best places in town. >> we
on the planet." welcome back! my guest tonight is the reigning king of jordan. welcome back to the program king abdullaabdull abdullah ii. (cheers and applause) thank you so much for being here again. i just wanted to let you know as an emissary of the united states our president, i know, was scheduled to meet with you today. (laughter) he was not doing a stupid t.v. show. (laughter) he was very busy with strategic-- meetings. (laughter) whoopi goldbergstan, i believe it is. >> i heard. >> jon: that the talk of-- you were at the u.n. today. does anyone-- is there any discussion amongst world leaders about the american president not being available for face-to-face meetings? is that not a-- is that upsetting? >> not that i heard, no. i think everybody's there preparing for their speeches and in side meets with other leaders. that was not an issue. >> jon: so we are, in fact, perhaps, in some respects blowing this out of proportion? >> most likely, probably. (laughter) >> jon: although inside it does hurt a little bit, doesn't it? (laughter) how are things? you are neighbors with-- for some persp
here right away, george. >> george: jordan uyede, come on down! you're the next contestant on "the price is right." >> drew: jordan! welcome to the show, good luck to you. next prize, please. >> george: "the price is right" tugboat is bringing out the next prize. it's a pair of surfboards. ( cheers and applause ) this 6'2" short board and nine- foot-long board are entirely hand-shaped and laminated for unmatched performance in any wave conditions. >> drew: jordan what do you say? >> 850. >> drew: $850. mojgan? >> $1,100. >> drew: $1,100. good luck. donald? >> 875. >> drew: 875. and dora? >> 900. >> drew: $900. actual retail price is $1,225! mojgan, nice to see you, welcome to the show. >> thank u.. >> drew: how are you? >> great. >> drew: you waited 0 years to play on "the price is right"? >> absolutely, today is the 30th anniversary since i moved to the states from england and watched "the price is right" for the first time on tv. >> drew: how about that. how about that. let's see if it's worth your while, george, what have we got for her? >> george: a trip to jamaica. ( cheers an
fera kicking. he's been hurt. nick jordan has struggled, 3 of 7. a two-point lead here could be very big for oklahoma state. >> gus: one of the best kickers in america, quinn sharp. from 24 yards away on the right hash. and it is good. 2:34 to play in the fourth quarter. oklahoma state reclaims the lead, 36-34. >> charles: this is why mike gundy felt better about the kicking situation. this is pregame. texas trying to get it done. that number 28 there is nick jordan. coming into the game, 3 of 7, a long a of 38. his misses, 0 for 3, 40 to 49 yards. one miss between 30 and 39 yards. texas all night long has tried to make it a four-down territory when possible going deep in the territory. now with a two-point lead, mike gundy feels a little bit better about the situation if they can force texas to try and kick it. >> gus: so quinn sharp, and you know he wants to drill this one out of the back of the end zone. >> charles: ever since they gave up the kickoff return, there's been nothing close to being returned by quinn sharp. >> gus: goodwin and monroe back deep. and this one out of the
's seen her brother. that was sergeant clinton jordan. today was the day he and the 713th engineer company of the indiana national guard returned from war. she had a special delivery for her brother. his new nephew, 7-month-old braden. >> he's home. and that's all i could ask for. >> reporter: these men spent the last year clearing land mines in afghanistan. >> all the times we talked about this day, it's finally here. >> reporter: six of his friends were not as lucky. they were killed. >> to lose six people like that is extremely catastrophic to me. >> reporter: specialist douglas has been home since january he was in a truck that was detonated by a roadside bomb. it killed four of the guardsmen. >> take me back to that day. >> it's a double edge sword. i want to remember but i don't. >> reporter: for nearly a month he lay in a coma at walter reed hospital with a broken pelvis, fractured spine, crushed ankle and punctured lung. >> i thank god every day i'm here. i was able to see my son's birth, and i was able to be back here in the states for that and around my kids but at the same time
the violence, many are crossing into jordan, nbc's ann curry saw the crisis today from inside one of the many refugee camps today. she is live for us there, ann, good evening. >> reporter: that is right, good evening to you. no question the war in syria is intense. the government is attacking civilians using war planes, with refugees flooding out of the country, more than 240,000 people fled the borders there in syria, including here, into jordan. danger never sleeps along the border between syria and jordan. all through the night, headlights cover a heavy trail as they struggle to reach safety. more than 80,000 have fled into jordan over the past 18 months. and the numbers are growing daily as the syrian military steps up the ruthless air and ground assault. people are fleeing in cars, trucks, on foot. many are fired upon right up until they cross the border. finally, they gather in an olive grove. most of them, women and children, uncertainty and fear etched on their faces as they wait in the dark to board buses to refugee camps. this is what waits for them, a refugee camp in a dust bowl, a
them today at a camp in jordan. 27,000 people live at the refugee camp. approximately 185,000 syrians escaped into jordan since a bloody civil war broke out in that country 18 months ago. >> i'm grateful to jordan and all the border countries for keeping their borders open for saving these people's lies, they are dying in syria -- people's lives. they are dying in syria if they were unable to escape many of the people i met today would be dead. >> jordan's foreign minister joined joe lee in pleading for more international money to improve the living conditions at the camp. >>> prince william and his wife made an emotional stop today on the first stop of their southeast asia and south pacific tour. they visited singapore's botanic gardens shown an orchard named in honor of william's mother. she died weeks before she was to visit the garden. the royal couple was presented with a plant named for them. orchard-name something singapore's way of >>> don't forget to watch katie. >>> i've got one show under my belt, it felt great i hope you enjoyed it as much as i did i hope you tune in today
the plight of thousands of syrian refugees when she visited them today at a camp in jordan. 27,000 people live at the refugee camp. approximately 185,000 syrians escaped into jordan since a bloody civil war broke out in that country 18 months ago. >> i'm grateful to jordan and all the border countries for keeping their borders open for saving these people's lies, they are dying in syria -- people's lives. they are dying in syria if they were unable to escape many of the people i met today would be dead. >> jordan's foreign minister joined joe lee in pleading for more international money to improve the living conditions at the camp. >>> prince william and his wife made an emotional stop today on the first stop of their southeast asia and south pacific tour. they visited singapore's botanic gardens shown an orchard named in honor of william's mother. she died weeks before she was to visit the garden. the royal couple was presented with a plant named for them. orchard-name >>> don't forget to watch katie. >>> i've got one show under my belt, it felt great i hope you enjoyed it as much as i d
. right now, star power and a humanitarian crisis. angelina jolie meets with syrian refugees in jordan as u.n. embassy. a country that has not had a real central government since 1990s, suddenly there is new hope. and a new president for somalia. but today we begin on a day we all promise never to forget. from pennsylvania to the pentagon to ground zero, the country marks the 11th anniversary of the september 11th terrorist attacks. at world trade center, a site in new york, family members read the names of 2,753 people who died there. four times today, that reading stopped. [ bell tolling ] >> the sound of the bell followed by the sound of i silence marks the moment the two planes hit the towers and the moment each tower fell. at the pentagon, president obama took part in a wreath laying ceremony. he said the wounds from 9/11 are still painful but the legacy of the unity and strength. >> as painful as this day is and always will be, it leaves us with a lesson, that no single event can ever destroy who we are. no act of terrorism can ever change what we stand for. instead, we recommit
star looks at efforts to help the refugees who have fled to jordan. >> reporter: the u.n. envoy for syria arrived at the refugee camp in next door jordan to see the grim conditions facing those who have escaped bashir al assad's regime. his visit just days after his first meeting with assad in damascus coming away with no progress towards a peace settlement, but time and space may be running out for the syrian refugees here. syrians are trying to sur vif the nonstop wind and dust storms. today there are more than 30,000 and jordan is desperate to build more camps. jaffir, jordan's minister of planning, came to washington seeking more humanitarian aid as soon as possible. >> we believe the number of syrians are coming in according to the current trends that we are seeing will hit that capacity, and we have to start working very quickly at building a new camp to accommodate future arrivals over the rest of this year, and in early 2002. they are still making the case for more help. >> you are seeing that what can happen is people do not know about the misery and the conditions refu
excited, king abdullah of jordan is going to be joining us on the program tonight, very excited. (cheers and applause) but first-- but first i have a question i'd like to ask you. (laughter) a fellow in the audience right before the show, a fellow in the audience asked a nice lady to marry him. here's the crazy part: met her in line. (laughter and applause) no. eight years. they've been going out for eight years. it was-- (applause). it was a very moving and heart felt moment. i thought punctuated by the phrase-- which i think should be a hallmark card-- (laughter) "(bleep) yeah i'll marry you." (cheers and applause) beautiful. got you right here. got you right here. very exciting. and obviously they're canadian so their babies, i'm sure, will be gay socialists. (laughter) whatever it is canadians make up there. i don't know. (laughter) anyway, king abdullah, of course, he is in new york city for the u.n. general assembly, or, as we like to think of it, the reason i can't get to work because of traffic! (laughter) the event has s a gathering in the international juggalos. with libya in t
initiative. welcome back! my guest tonight is the reigning king of jordan. welcome back to the program king abdullaabdull abdullah ii. (cheers and applause) thank you so much for being here again. i just wanted to let you know as an emissary of the united states our president, i know, was scheduled to meet with you today. (laughter) he was not doing a stupid t.v. show. (laughter) he was very busy with strategic-- meetings. (laughter) whoopi goldbergstan, i believe it is. >> i heard. >> jon: that the talk of-- you were at the u.n. today. does anyone-- is there any discussion amongst world leaders about the american president not being available for face-to-face meetings? is that not a-- is that upsetting? >> not that i heard, no. i think everybody's there preparing for their speeches and in side meets with other leaders. that was not an issue. >> jon: so we are, in fact, perhaps, in some respects blowing this out of proportion? >> most likely, probably. (laughter) >> jon: although inside it does hurt a little bit, doesn't it? (laughter) how are things? you are neighbors with-- for some persp
,000 people fled the fighting in august. most to turkey, others to jordan. syria possible labor -- syria's neighbors say they are stretched to the limit and others the to help. >> i am not going to allow germany taking in some refugees, to help or provide with medical care. but the main focus has to be helping people in the region. >> that means helping syria and the refugees in camps like this one in jordan. germany has provided 22 million euros in aid. >> with bring in our political correspondent who has been following the berlin-syria conference. could you fill us in on the participants and to is backing them? >> when it became clear at the united nations that china and russia were not going to support any resolution condemning president assad, a coalition of approximately 100 nations formed to protest that. the coalition has a number of working groups. in berlin, they're focusing on the economic aspects. >> what is -- what does this conference in berlin want to achieve? >> the immediate aim is to secure basic services for the syrian people, particularly in areas that are virtually un
crime in oakland. >>> but today there was in a bluntly worded report to chief howard jordan now admitting it does not have a citywide crime reduction plan. it would require an expensive endeavor and additional resources. jordan seemed unaware of the report written in his name. dirichlet's to the last year i have been saying that the department doesn't have a crime reduction strategy. so i would shops that actually put in writing. we have many strategies is what they said that that is not in fact with jordan's report says council member does the broker says it's been clear for some time that oakland is a city without a plan. >>> without a strategy we have no accountability. when homicides by december they spent an e-mail looking for answers. >>> the responses i got back were not responses that were subs and substantive. he did not give a reporter answers it either. >>> 2 in the work plan we need additional resources. >>> we cannot say we have no resources and therefore never do anything. we don't have that luxury. city officials wrote the report to call attention to the need
michael jordan. this was appearing on the monday. he didn't know jordan would be stopping by and he was speechless when the basketball star walked on stage. phelps and jordan were guests on the special rider -- ryder cup eye edition which will air on the gulf channel. a new report equates the rising probable level chidehood obesity with a threat to national security. the report is called too fat to fight compiled by several hundred retired military leaders raises questions about childhood obesity in the country. and calls for junk food to be booted out of schools. the report shows 40% of kids are getting 130 extra cal race day from junk -- calories a day from junk food from vending machines. 25% of people 17 to 24 can't join the military because of their weight. >>> for those of you with a choice about your health care provider, here's a list that may help you make a best decision possible for you and your family. consumer reports just released rankings of 984 plans. base on the criteria such as quality of care and customer satisfaction. the number one private plan for nonprofit is
refugee camps in turkey, lebanon, iraq, and most of all in jordan. nbc's ann curry is reporting from there this week, and is with us from there again tonight. >> reporter: brian, good evening. it's not just the number of people who have been affected, but how vicious this war has become. the government has the heavy weapons and is using them, but atrocities have been alleged by both sides. the u.n. has reported that even children have been tortured, killed and used as human shields. civil war is turning syria into an unimaginable hell. the fighting is intensifying. the government attacks are more indiscriminate. even small children now know to run. people do what they can to help the injured. while thousands flee the country. desperate to get out of harm's way. refugee camps are filling up. today actor and activist angelina jolie, a special u.n. envoy on refugees, drew a crush of news cameras as she visited a camp in jordan. she was visibly moved by what she saw. >> it is a horrific situation and a very, very critical time. hundreds and hundreds of people are dying every day. >> repo
world: saudi arabia, jordan royal family controls saudi arabia, there's a constitutional monarchy in jordan. are they going to be changed by the arab spring? will they lose their power as other authoritarian regimes have lost their power? >> ( translated ): the people that revolted against their leaders, against dictatorship were looking for freedom. the egyptians declared-- one of the children of egypt declared will will not intervene in the matters of other countries. we do not expert the revolution and will not intervene in other countries affairs. we support the people who want to achieve and reach their freedom as we are doing right now with the people of syria. however we do not intervene at all within the internal affairs of anyone and we do not want anyone to intervene. we want to keep our freedoms and we want the others to safeguard their own freedoms. >> rose: but would the natural expression of the arab spring by definition bring reform and change in bahrain? in saudi arabia? there n jordan? -- in jordan? >> ( translated ): i'd like to stress upon this fact once again t
speak about jordan, egypt and israel. we should not be a palestinian state the tests with lap band and the gaza. islamic radical forces. >> guest: to see the same happening? i do not. look beyond the current administration but but to e eliminate a sum of bin laden when loathsome let the this stage president decided to kill osama bin laden. 24 hours later it condemned the u.s. for killing one of the greatest leaders. do know which? the leader of the hamas organization in gaza to say i condemn the u.s. but on the other end by sending the troops to keogh osama bin laden they've pressure israel to sit down and negotiate. but with whom? the same people who incite against the jews everyday? that is why if we have to get to a point* we cannot allow the palestinian state but to get from my hotel to hear cost israel from east to west it is not something we can allow. with the border with canada, mexico with the enemy state or entity the prime minister assure around decided to pullout from gaza. i was against it. and was very close to the prime minister. he was the godfather of my first son.
'agata got a rare look behind the scenes. >> reporter: from a secret location in jordan-- a handful of journalists are risking everything to make sure the world doesn't turn its back on syria. the opposition channel syria alshaab meaning syria of the people broadcast powerful and graphic amateur video and live reports from inside the war zone. this is where we have it. >> they left a comfortable life in virginia and moved thousands of lives away. >> everyone in syria that has a cell phone or camera, they want to show people what is going on. >> because it is available in syria it gives hope to those caught up in the violence that the horrors they're witnessing 9 world is seeing too, it also means the syrian regime is watching. since the channel started broadcasting a year ago the employees had faced daily threats from those loyal to syrian president bashar al-assad. most of the staff don't want to be identified. >> look, look, look it, man. >> syrian anchor knows of the dangers firsthand. >> they burn down your family's house. >> yes. >> they kill two of your cousins. >> and they lo
the warnings and made sure to hide the toy well out of reach but the jordans say they weren't careful enough. >> koppen sense says don't have them around you. a couple rolled out of sight. >> reporter: the magnets stuck together inside of him, twisting and ultimately destroying his intest ins. after eight surgeries and one month in icu he's now tethered to a feeding tube, 18 hours a day, unable to process solid food. the jordans now have 1,5$1,500, in medical bills. they added there's a lot of dangerous products out there especially if you eat them. they plan to regulate the toys in order to make them safer. in the meantime they're trying to get magnetic toys off kids hands and off store shelves. for now the buckyballs with k be belt on the company's website and special tie stores. >> the buckyball controversy, thanks to sharyn for that. ahead before val kilmer was iceman and before spacecy was usual suspect they participated in one high school competition. we go inside next. flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your
. the leader of hezbollah one on tv to call for people throughout lebanon to jordan anti-american demonstrations. in afghanistan hunters the protestors are clashing with police and marching toward the u.s. military base near kabul. incumbent will it's a dead air was thick with smoke and protesters burned one police car and then drew walks toward the u.s. military base. the clubs there are chanting death to america and afghan police are single shot in the air to hold back the crowds. protest and pakistan turned deadly yesterday. hundreds of people in the northwest region set fire to the press club and a government office police officials say they charged the crowd and beat them with batons. at least one protester was killed. u.s. officials say all americans and said the mission are safe. u.s. ambassador chris stevens were premeditated or part of a mass protests over the entire muslim film. the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. says the ad that appears to be a spontaneous demonstration that extremists took over. the as president says it was a well- planned attack. >>> -t was clea
endeavor and additional resources. i'd press conference today in jordan seemed unaware of the report written in his name. for the last year i have been saying that the department doesn't have a crime reduction strategy. so i was shocked that they actually put it in writing. but that is not in fact what jordan's report says council member does lee brooks says and does been clear for some time that oakland is a city without a plan. we have no accountability on the part of the police department. when homicide spiked over the summer he sends an e-mail to city officials looking for answers. the response i got back and knocks it responses that were substantive he did not give reporters a answers at today's press conference either plane ticket saying that we would need to lay out a work plan. >>> we cannot say we have no resources and therefore we won't ever do anything. >>> the report was written as a way to convince senate city council members to add a third academy and several dozen new officers to the forest city council member does lee brooks told me it is likely the council will app
their homes. sheltering in crowded camps like this one in jordan. buses arrive with more refugees. some need medical help. others are just glad to have escaped the crisis in their homeland. this injured man says syrian forces are targeting children and old people. houses are being destroyed. they are raping women, killing people with knives, they are targeting everyone. that's what he says. the new u.n. envoy to syria made his feelings clear in his first address to the un general assembly. >> the death toll is staggering. the destruction is reaching catastrophic proportions. and the suffering of the people is immense. >> according to the u.n. high commission for refugees, the number of people fleeing the conflict has risen dramatically. over 100,000 people asked for asylum in august alone. that brings the total number of their treaties putting syria to more than 235,000. neighboring countries like jordan say about 20,000 people are spilling over their border per day. that puts huge pressure on resources. the crisis prompted this meeting between the head of the international committee of the
jordan has the latest on the investigation. >> the 18-year-old was just heading off to school about a mile away walking down very busy central avenue. but the high school junior never made it to central high. his family in disbelief. these pictures now the only way to see him. ross's mother says her son dreamed of the spotlight, but he didn't want attention like this. >> i'm going to miss him dancing because he likes to perform for the family. even if you're not willing to look at him, he still -- he loves his pictures. my calvin was a good son. he was a good child. a and unfortunately, it had to come to this. >> reporter: tonight, police won't say why the teen was killed. meanwhile, the students and administrators at school stunned by the murder. >> this kid is one who has boundless potential. that he's going to be missed sorely and our entire community is grieving his loss. >> reporter: but nothing will bring her son back. we had been talking about him going to college. i'm not going to rest until i find out who killed my son and why. >> reporter: over a hundred differt messages o
year begins two students lauren and jordan are moving away from their friends and the only homes they have ever known. >> we have some good-byes. >> reporter: for lauren, the end of fourth grade is more than just the beginning of summer. >> lauren, you're embarking on a whole adventure. >> on the last day of school lauren signs and gathers as many signatures as she can before the final bell. >> hope you enjoy your new school. >> it's only been a couple of weeks since lauren found out her mom is being transferred 400 miles away for work. >> we had been talking to her that it was a possibility that we would be moving, so she was open to the idea and knew it would happen. >> lauren is taking the news in stride but her friends, not so much. >> we were having dinner together. it was the day she found out she was moving and i was not happy. >> lauren, i will really miss you. >> for lauren the emotional blow of moving so far away is softened a little by some surprising news from one of her classmates. >> just recently found out we're moving pretty close to her. >> jordan's father took a
the law.harffrd county deputy mark jordan, allegedly lied about the number of community perviceehours he's completed &pplea bargain.the deputy was connicted after placing daughter's backpack insideea investigation revealed that jordan did not complete any hoors of commuuity service but forged the ddcuments and submitted them to the court, . there'' a lot youucan say about this next story. esppcially that is lacks all common senne. warren... michael... admits to drinking, saturddy night../. and... was driving... with his pet squirrel... when... he was pulled over...//. he... squirell... eating him.../// then... he... pulled out the animal... from "he wasn't eating imm he was just crawlinn around in his ssirt, nibbling at hhm, just resting on my shirtshe does &pseem very friendly.she is." is." the man's pet squirrel and vehicle ere released toohis girlfriend. thhse breasts are too hoo for most kitchens. how fifty shades of gray is changing the cookiig world. when you first got internet at home you probably had one thing online. but today, everything's online. in
like today will help. george was the big inner. game action, tied at one. this is jordan zimmerman. zim actually a pitcher and a designated hitter in college. he's used to getting some good wood on the ball. nats up 2-1. later in the inning, now up 4-1. a double dose. it's a three-run shot. and the nationals pound the brewers 12-2. that magic number, as we said, to clinch the nl east now at five games. jordan zimmerman is a big reason why. >> yeah, you know, any time i can get the bat on the ball and get a few hits is always a plus. and, you know, i drove in a run tonight which was good. and i don't know if it got a little spark going, but, you know, two outs and i knew he wasn't going to throw me a fast ball. i was kind of looking for some off-speed stuff and got something i could hit. >> a little country music there in the background. >>> orioles enter behind the yankees. now, watch the bull pen. the catch in the hat. luis ayala. that's a great play on both ends. at the plate and in the bull pen, the orioles win 4-1. on to the night cap we go. pick it up in the seventh. os down one. j
. >> see the answer coming up. >>> this is jordan. she's going to be spending a couple weeks doing some work in zambia. she's walking into this music room with the academy of music orchestra. all of the sudden a friend who's with her, opens a computer. a video starts playing from her boyfriend. >> hey, jordan. it's ryan, your boyfriend. i know you are heavily anticipating me proposing. >> where did you think this is going? >> i need kleenex, don't i? >> to get you more excited, i would like to show you some pics and stuff from this past year. >> mienld you, at this point, he's supposed to be anywhere from zambia, right? finally the moment of truth. >> i'm just going to ask you to turn around right now. because i'm engaging you. >> oh, my god. ♪ >> i love it. >> i knew you were going to love this. >> he did plan to have the orchestra play the theme song to "star wars." >> hands down the greatest proposal video ever. >> this guy, like, raised the bar times ten. >> yes. >> you can't just go out to a nice dinner and ask the question. you got to be in zambia. you've got to have an orchestr
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